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Domestic terrorism: Bricks thrown through windows of Delaware County GOP office

Delaware County GOP office attacked by "vandals"More and more, it appears that liberals hope to win November’s election by any means necessary — even domestic terrorism.  On Tuesday, Fox59 reported that vandals struck the Delaware County, Indiana, Republican headquarters in Muncie, smashing the window with bricks.

According to Fox59:

Someone threw two landscaping bricks through a window on Oct. 8. Signs for Donald Trump and Todd Young were hanging on the window at the time, according to the group’s Facebook page.

Officials said it would cost about $1,200 to replace the broken window and said anyone interested in helping cover the cost could donate online.

This week, Delaware County Sheriff Ray Dudley said his office has received reports of campaign signs being taken from yards in the Yorktown and Mount Pleasant Township area.

Delaware County Republican Chariman Will Statom said he believes the attack is politically motivated.

“We’ve been vandalized every year, we’ve been vandalized by people that don’t like our party,” he said.

So who might that be?  Hmmm….

This is the third report of “vandals” (i.e., liberal hatemongers) attacking GOP offices.

On Sunday, we reported that a North Carolina GOP office was firebombed, and an Arizona office was targeted with a bomb threat.

What’s next?

https://twitter.com/BoilerDSD89/status/788526275757416448

https://twitter.com/NeilFrick/status/788541847962542080

Indeed.

https://twitter.com/MetalMilitia74/status/788539196348784640

Hardly…

https://twitter.com/RedHattedMAGA/status/788539448036249601

Truer words were never spoken.  Still, one can’t help but wonder just how far the left will go to win this election.

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